Renowned artist and sculptor Jorge Pardo spent 6 years building his home on 740 acres of land, deep in the northern Yucatán jungle in Tecoh. Combining Mayan culture and modern design, Pardo embraces the jungle with open doors and windows, rows of hammocks hanging above a blue tiled floor, origami-like ceilings, and even a swimming pool with a terrarium built close by so swimmers can see the roots growing underwater. Honestly, WTF.
(via W Magazine)
love it! xx
Wow, that looks really perfect. I like style like that.
It’s very unique and interesting. I really like it.
This is such a beautiful place!
xo, Juliette Laura
incredibly beautiful. and amazing. would love to live there!
Love the post, I shared it with my husband who is an interior designer.
I’m a photography addict. I’m hosting a photography experience in the South of France next summer. Would love to see you here. Check out the website http://www.provencephotography.com
Amazing creative spaces!